So the winner of a copy of Faro’s Daughter from yesterday’s post is…
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Our Heyer Days Party continues today with a look at…
The Reluctant Widow
In this book, Elinor Rochdale boards the wrong coach and finds herself at the estate of Eustace Cheviot rather than her employer’s home. Eustace’s cousin, Mr. Ned Carlyon persuades Elinor to wed the dying Eustace. Elinor soon finds herself a wealthy widow, but things grow complicated as Elinor finds herself in the middle of an international espionage ring and mystery surrounds the family estate.
Another wonderful Heyer book, The Reluctant Widow is filled with colorful characters, humor, and intrigue. Elinor is a witty and charming character that I adored. I truly enjoy the heroines of Ms. Heyer’s novels and Elinor is among my favorites.
I enjoyed reading as the story unfolded and we discovered something new with each page. With The Reluctant Widow, Ms. Heyer once again demonstrates her wit and attention to detail with this delightful book.
Unlike yesterday’s book, this one is more of a mystery. However, it is just as enjoyable and easy to lose oneself in as you enter this fascinating world.
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To enter to win a copy of this book just leave a comment below answering the following question:
Many of you mentioned being fans of historicals yesterday. Who are some of your favorite historical authors?
Leave a comment and I’ll randomly draw the winner and announce it tomorrow when I post about another Heyer book.
Once again, this contest is open only to residents in US and Canada (sorry)